Technical engineering services specialist, Fircroft, has
secured a major five-year contract with oil and gas multinational, Exxon.
The deal will see Fircroft act as sole supplier for the
organisation, providing it with around 250 business services contractors for its
operations on Sakhalin Island, Russia.
CEO of Fircroft, Johnathan Johnson, comments:
“This is a significant contract for us and highlights the
fantastic work that we deliver to the global energy sector. We’ve worked with
Exxon for over 10 years but this new deal will make us one of the firm’s key
suppliers over the coming years. Congratulations go to everyone that was
involved in the bid, which was led by Inna Umnikova, along with the transition
team that’s currently in place in Russia to ensure that the changeover runs
“The island is now a key strategic location in the global
energy markets and essentially represents a gateway to the East and the Pacific
Ocean. We’re managing roles across a number of areas in business support
including finance, drilling operations, safety management and production
operation amongst many others. We’re providing support services for almost all
parts of ExxonNeftegas’ business in Sakhalin which reinforces the point that the
firms’ senior management has made, that they now view us a critical business
partner on par with major service providers like Schlumberger.